The UN will adopt a resolution on the tragic anniversary of russia’s invasion of Ukraine tomorrow. This was stated by Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba, while answering questions from journalists at the UN headquarters in New York.
“We are fully satisfied with the text of the draft resolution on the occasion of the tragic anniversary of russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, which russia is trying to disrupt by all means,” the Minister emphasized.
He said that the UN General Assembly was preparing to vote on February 23 on the Ukrainian draft resolution on russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine: “The document will mainly demand that the russian federation fully withdraw its armed forces from the territory of Ukraine, cease hostilities, and implement the key provisions of President Zelenskyy’s Peace Formula.”
“There is a fierce struggle behind the scenes, but despite the efforts of russia and its satellites to counteract the adoption of the resolution by introducing amendments using all available procedural tools, we are confident that the Ukrainian resolution will be successfully voted tomorrow,” said Dmytro Kuleba.
The minister assured that Ukraine and its partners had been consistently building a comprehensive international system that would bring russia to justice for its crimes against Ukraine.